Forgettable Heros In the Shakespeare 's play Hamlet Polonius is the tragic hero. Hamlet 's describes a person “who was in life a foolish prating knave.”(Shakespeare 3.4.338) In the eyes of the reader what Polonius is doing is foolish. However, his foolishness does not take away the virtues in Polonius actions. In fact, it compounds the tragedy in his story. Hamlet on the other hand is the main antagonist of the story and causes all of the calamities.
Julius Caesar is a great tragedy written by William Shakespeare that showed the great flaws in people and nations. Everyone in the play had a flaw or a hamartia such as cowardice, manipulation, or betrayal. But, everyone also has their strengths such as power and leadership. Caesar was a key character, even though he didn't appear through the whole play, but he betrayed his way into power. When Caesar first started to get power with three other people but he killed one of them to get the solo power of Rome.
This must have occurred because he was looked upon as a hero to all other thanes and the king for his killing of others in Act 1. The supernatural prophecies and Lady Macbeth influenced Macbeths’ ambition which led to the reality of Macbeth's own thoughts which were his fatal downfall. You can see Macbeth’s dark thoughts have taken over his appearance and still is his reality throughout the play. All of Macbeth’s influences pushed out the reality of himself instead of appearing how he should have been because his flaw took effect in a bad way rather than
So, basically, it's important to him because he needs to act insane in order to avenge his father's death. He uses his insaneness as a sort of a crutch to commit all of the crimes without getting in trouble. So, one of the events it affects is the death of Polonius. When Hamlet stabbed his sword through the tapestry and killed Polonius because he thought it was Claudius. That was definitely a major event
Jealousy and hatred is in the minds of all men but those who use jealousy and hatred to play with the minds of innocent men have the chance to end up finding success. In the novel ‘Othello’ by William Shakespeare, Othello is a noble and peaceful man who has the reputation for finding success in all his obstacles and jobs, however; once he believes in Iago’s hateful lies, he becomes jealous and vilified. Othello shows how an honest and loving man can become a tragic hero once he comes face to face with the problems of himself and his peers. Ohtello’s mind is polluted by the hideous and jealous language of Iago throughout the play; this influences Othello to conclude his character as a tragic hero. Firstly, Iago uses manipulation to control
Jealousy appears many times in several characters of Othello. Jealousy leads to the ultimate downfall of several characters in Othello such as Roderigo, Othello, and Iago. Roderigo shows jealousy throughout Othello, and is eventually killed by Iago, as a result. Roderigo is enlisted by Iago to help him in his plot to ruin Othello. Roderigo was a possible suitor for Desdemona until she married Othello
Yes, the monster 's eloquence and persuasiveness does make it easier for readers to sympathize with him. Victor had created him but abandoned him, which led to the monster killing all of Victor 's loved ones, which leads to the readers thinking that he is evil. But at the end, all the monster
The reason of this assault is because Macbeth had already been brain washed and was greedy and selfish and didn’t want neither one of them to be king. Macbeth was smart enough to hire some convicted murderers to do the job for him. All these murders create conflict and shows how violence has shift around how things are and how the characters act and show their emotions. In conclusion there are many more violent acts throughout the story of Macbeth that can be proved and the way that it made many changes and shifts in the characters. So this is how it shows how violence made a big impact in the characters throughout the story and how this play had its ups and downs and changes within the
Crawford states that Shakespeare includes Hamlet’s fits of madness were deliberately used to make Claudius and his attendants confused and for them to think Hamlet’s mental health is deteriorating. Crawford analyzes, “The fact that he [Hamlet] has made it appear like real madness to many critics today only goes to show the wideness of his knowledge and the greatness of his dramatic skill” (Crawford. 1916. p 1.). Crawford states that Hamlet is merely acting insane and he is extremely clever for doing this. He says that because there is such a big debate over Hamlet’s sanity goes to show how clever Hamlet was in his approach to revenge.
Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away. The prince sees what’s going on and sends romeo away because he avenged his cousin, so he didn’t want to hurt him, but